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Be Equipped for Safety

Learn the dos and don’ts of workplace safety when you attend the training programs offered at Westech Environmental LLC in Sacramento, California. Read below to see the descriptions and prices of the different programs we have to offer.

Asbestos Awareness Training (Custodian and Pack-Out) - $65

We offer this training to employees performing awareness level operations. It will be consistent with federal EPA requirements for the training of local agency maintenance and custodial staff set forth in 40 CFR 763.92 (a)(1).

The course will cover available information concerning the locations of thermal systems insulation (TSI) and surfacing materials that contain or are presumed to contain, asbestos (ACM/PACM) and asbestos containing flooring material. The training also includes instruction on recognizing damage, deterioration, or delamination of building materials that have asbestos content.


Duration: Two Hours

Asbestos Operations and Maintenance 16-Hour O and M - $190

This course is required, as a minimum, for all service workers whose jobs may require them to disturb small amounts of asbestos emergency or routine maintenance-related work.

If the anticipated work is not maintenance-related or cannot be contained in a single, standard-sized glove or waste bag, then AHERA-accredited course will be necessary.

During this two-day course, workers will study regulations related to the types of limited asbestos-related work, history, and uses. The course will also cover the potential health effects, personal protection, engineering controls, and methodologies for abatement and disturbance during routine activities. What we offer in this program are real-world solutions for people working in the actual field.

At the end of the course, participants will receive a certificate for Asbestos Operations and Maintenance Initial Training.

Duration: 16 Hours


Prerequisites: None

OSHA 10 General Industry - $120

This training provides an entry level general awareness on recognizing and preventing hazards on an industry site. Participants will be introduced to OSHA policies, procedures, and standards. The course will also show safety and health principles and work practices that are covered in OSHA Act Part 1910.

Using OSHA standards as a guide, we will put special emphasis on the most hazardous aspects. If you are a general industry worker, you will get additional training when required by OSHA standards on specific hazards of the job.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the provisions of the OSH Act and learn about the functions and resources of OSHA

  • Be familiar with the OSHA inspection priorities and be able to describe the entire inspection process

  • Learn about the rights and responsibilities of employers and employees, as written under the OSH Act

  • Determine the major hazards associated with general industry work and find out how to avoid, protect, or control them. These include:
    • Slips, trips, and falls associated with walking and working surfaces
    • Hazards of chemical
    • Electrical hazards
    • Flammable and combustible substances (liquids and gases)
    • Effective egress/exit and fire protection program

  • Outline and explain the general requirements for general safety standards

  • Understand the value, usage, and limitations of personal protective equipment

  • Identify the basic elements of a health and safety program

To successfully complete the course, a trainee needs to have a 70% rating on the final exam. Participants will receive an OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Outreach DOL course completion card. It will be processed and shipped within 6-8 weeks after completion.

Please be informed that the certificate only serves as evidence of your completion of the course, until the official Department of Labor card is received. It is not an official document.

OSHA 30-Hour General Industry - $320

This is a comprehensive safety program for anyone involved in the general industry. It is specifically designed to provide safety directors, foremen, and supervisors with complete information on OSHA compliance issues.

Aside from learning about safety and health hazards in the workplace, trainees will learn about OSHA employer responsibilities and workers’ rights. The following topics will also be covered:

  • Hazard Recognition
  • Avoidance

  • Abatement
  • Prevention

OSHA recommends Outreach Training Programs as an orientation to occupational safety and health risks for workers covered by OSHA 29 CFR 1910. When required by OSHA standards, employees must receive additional training on specific hazards.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the provisions of the OSH Act and learn about the functions and resources of OSHA

  • Be familiar with the OSHA inspection priorities and be able to describe the entire inspection process

  • Learn about the rights and responsibilities of employers and employees, as written under the OSH Act

  • Determine the major hazards associated with general industry work and find out how to avoid, protect, or control them. These include:
    • Slips, trips, and falls associated with walking and working surfaces
    • Hazards of chemical
    • Electrical hazards
    • Flammable and combustible substances (liquids and gases)
    • Effective egress/exit and fire protection program

  • Outline and explain the general requirements for general safety standards

  • Understand the value, usage, and limitations of personal protective equipment

  • Identify the basic elements of a health and safety program

To successfully complete the course, a trainee must score 70% on the final exam. Participants will get an OSHA 30-Hour General Industry Outreach DOL course completion card, 6-8 weeks after completion.

Please take note that this program is not equivalent to the OSHA 510 and 511 courses and will not meet the course prerequisites to take the OSHA 500 and OSHA 501 courses.

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